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  • New York’s Print Week, which included the fall sales of editioned works on paper and multiples at the major auction houses early last week and at the International Fine Print Dealers Association’s annual fair over the weekend, featured new records and high visibility for artists associated with the East End.
  • At the centenary of Syd Solomon’s birth, it is time to celebrate the artist for his unique contributions to painting.
  • There’s more than immediately meets the eye in the work of Michele Dragonetti. In a year like this, it is particularly true, as more and more of her work has met more and more sets of eyes in a round robin of perpetual exhibition on the South Fork.
  • The visionary of the ages, captured by the man who made Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs relatable.
  • In an unusual move, Christie's auction house is including a recently rediscovered masterpiece by Leonardo da Vinci along with Andy Warhol's "Sixty Last Suppers" in its Post-War and Contemporary Art sales this year.
  • All of Marianna Levine's worlds will come together Tuesday night at the reading of her play "A Night in Manoa" at Guild Hall.
  • Sotheby’s November sales of modern and contemporary art will be enlivened and enriched by the inclusion of a significant collection of works on paper owned by Dr. Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel and Carl Spielvogel, who have long had a house in Southampton.
  • The Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center in Springs is featuring artists from Eastern Europe who bucked the conventions and limitations imposed by their Communist lead­ers to create their own version of Abstract Expressionism.
  • Last week’s sale of Edward Albee’s collection of art and decorative objects at Sotheby’s in Manhattan broke records for many of the artists involved. It was a rare “white glove sale,” meaning all 105 lots sold, and the auction raised $12.5 million to support the Edward F. Albee Foundation, which provides residencies for writers and visual artists in Montauk, where the playwright lived part time.
  • Royce Weatherly is a fellow at the Watermill Center, one of the early recipients of a grant from Inga Maren Otto that established a fellowship for visual art.

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